Romo was a part of a bullpen that blew 29 saves during the regular season and he gave up three runs in two postseason appearances against the Chicago Cubs. During the regular season, Romo appeared in 40 games and had a 2.64 ERA while striking out 33 batters and walking seven in 30.2 innings. The 33-year-old (who turns 34 in March) had a FIP of 3.80, which was the second highest total hes had in any season (according to Baseball Reference) . More from District on Deck Washington Nationals Minor League Profile: Jake Noll 3d ago Four years ago, Romo was an All-Star closer for the Giants as he had the third most saves of any closer in the National League (38). Back in 2012, Romo had 25 saves for a team that ended up winning the World Series. He has also been a part of all three of the Giants titles since 2010. Romo only pitched in 40 games this past season because of injury. Romo was out from April 10-July 4 because of a strained flexor tendon in his right elbow. 40 games might be a small sample size, but his groundball ratio was down to 38% in 2016 (about 45% in 2015) while his flyball ratio went up to 47% (31% in 2015). Both of these numbers are according to Fangraphs .
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